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NeverEnuffBass

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When you recone a sub, What do you guys use for a shim when dropping in the recone? I've heard some people say a piece of manilla envelope But since there are different gap sizes does it depend on what sub you're reconing?
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ngsm13

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You'd need like 50... and you'd have to perfectly space them around the gap... and they'd be a lot harder to get out.

I still say my paper pwns... if you have the time... and wanna do it right.

nG

 

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You'd need like 50... and you'd have to perfectly space them around the gap... and they'd be a lot harder to get out.
I still say my paper pwns... if you have the time... and wanna do it right.

nG
Beat me 2 it.

 

NeverEnuffBass

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You'd need like 50... and you'd have to perfectly space them around the gap... and they'd be a lot harder to get out.
I still say my paper pwns... if you have the time... and wanna do it right.

nG
These could be difficult, being soo small, they would be hard to get out after teh recone sets.
I did it once, worked out ok with them

 

iamamp3pimp

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manila folder with electrical tape placed strategically on it.

 

CJ8501

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Quick ?, can I use crazy glue (since its CA glue correct?) to fix a small tear in the surround of a sub? No foam is missing or anything....

or, I also read clear nail polish would work.... any suggestions?

 

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ngsm13

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As in this stuff?
http://www.amazinggoop.com/amazinggoop/index.html

Any suggestions which one to buy? Household, lawn and garden, automotive? Thanks again for the suggestions!
The cheapest one...

Spread it on evenly, with your finger or something like a popsicle stick.

If it's a tear all the way through the surround I recommend it on the outside and inside...

nG

 

CJ8501

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The cheapest one...
Spread it on evenly, with your finger or something like a popsicle stick.

If it's a tear all the way through the surround I recommend it on the outside and inside...

nG
You sir are awesome..... fastest response ever..... thanks again for the suggestion... going to go out and buy some right now....

 

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